Best Graduateschool podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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As a PhD (in training), you face unique money challenges that stem from your low stipend/salary during your years of graduate school and postdoc training. Listen here for the hard-won financial wisdom of your fellow graduate students, postdocs, and PhDs with Real Jobs. From budgeting and frugality to investing and debt repayment, this podcast is your higher education in personal finance.
 
This show will give you the secrets to success in law school so that you can graduate at the top of your class and land the job of your dreams.
 
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This is our podcast, our thoughts, and feelings. Yes feelings, a lot of them! Two graduate students, two archaeologists, two feminists, two queer ladies!
 
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In this episode, Emily interviews Jonathan Sun, a second-year PhD student at Yale University. Jonathan purchased a house in New Haven after his first year in graduate school. He shares the process he used to search for and ultimately go under contract on a home, including applying for various incentive programs. But his home ownership goal was ...…
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Maya Gosztyla, a postbac fellow at the National Institutes of Health in Rockville, MD who saves approximately 30% of her income from her stipend and freelance science writing income. Her goals for funding her PhD program applications and upcoming move to grad school and wedding motivate her to keep her expenses ...…
 
Postbac, graduate student, and postdoc fellows frequently ask whether their fellowships are considered taxable income. PhD-type fellowships that are not reported on a W-2 are non-compensatory income. They might be reported on a 1098-T in Box 5, on a 1099-MISC in Box 3, or on a courtesy letter or not reported at all, which accounts for the wides ...…
 
In this episode, Emily interview Dr. Gary McDowell, the executive director of Future of Research. Future of Research is an advocacy organization that uses data to empower early-career researchers. Gary outlines the ongoing work at Future of Research before diving into the details of their recently published study on postdoc salaries. Emily and ...…
 
In this episode, Emily interviews John Vsetecka, a second-year PhD student in History at Michigan State University. When John was a prospective PhD student, he attempted to negotiate the stipend and benefits of the three admissions offers he was seriously considering. John shares exactly how he initiated the negotiation process and the outcomes ...…
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Lauri Lutes, a fourth-year PhD student at Oregon State University and single mother. Lauri's stipend is equivalent to the local living wage for just one adult, yet she supports herself and her daughter on it without using student loans. Lauri details how she makes ends meet by taking advantage of every possible ...…
 
Where we talk favorite episodes and the gap.
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Bailey Poland, a rising second-year PhD student in rhetoric and writing at Bowling Green State University. Bailey earns a stipend of just $14,000 for the academic year, but manages to live a comfortable life thanks to her disciplined budgeting and two side hustles. Unlike many of her classmates, she devoted her ...…
 
Where we talk smells, academia, political action and meet new and passionate friends.
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Dr. Amanda, a tenure-track professor at a small college in the Midwest. While a postdoc, Amanda listened to career advice from R1 university faculty, but ultimately decided their path was not for her. Instead, she employed geographic arbitrage to maximize her academic salary while minimizing her cost of living. ...…
 
On this episode, Emily interviews Nicholas Giangreco, a bioinformatics graduate student at the Columbia University Medical Center. Nick’s expenses in Manhattan are relatively high – such as spending over 50% of his net income on rent – but his stipend still allows him to spend on his priorities and still save money consistently. Nick lived very ...…
 
In the last half-year of her PhD, Dr. Heather birthed her first child, completed and defended her dissertation, and landed a tenure-track job... all while caring for her infant alongside her visiting professor husband without any outside help. During the episode, we discuss many of the logistics that go into having a child during grad school, f ...…
 
This podcast episode is a budget breakdown with Latisha Franklin, a third-year graduate student in biochemistry and molecular biology at Penn State University. Latisha works to keep her housing and especially food spending low so that she can spend more on experiences, such as her yearly international vacation. She employs several powerful stra ...…
 
On today’s episode, we’re going to talk about time and how to master it. I’m going to talk about how you can become aware of how you spend your time and then how you can learn to maximize it through a process I’ve coined “Task-Classing.” Nothing fancy, just a way to use neuroscience to your advantage to squeeze one more hour (maybe more, maybe ...…
 
Today’s podcast guest is Dr. Caitlin Faas, an assistant professor of psychology and perennial side hustler. We discuss her history with side hustling and her motivations for pursuing it. Caitlin’s current side hustle of academic coaching dovetails so well with her primary role as a faculty member that she’s even planning to include that work in ...…
 
In this non-traditional episode we will focus on how a person can use his or her JD in the business context to help build the career their dreams. Wes Cooler crushed law school and business school, crushed the Georgia Bar Exam, and landed a fantastic job with Coca-Cola right after school. Tune in to hear how the JD and the JD/MBA can help you t ...…
 
Elliot Condon shares how she graduated #1 in her class, earned 11 CALI awards, and scored a clerkship at the US District Court for the District of South Carolina after law school. Tune in to get Elliot’s secrets to success in law school!
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Athena Pierquet, a rising second-year graduate student at New York University in English. In her first year as a PhD student, Athena lived on her $28,000 per year fellowship and save all of her smaller income sources, but her finances are facing a new challenge as she transitions out of subsidized university ho ...…
 
Caroline Gimenez shares how she finished 1L year #1 in her class and graduated in the top 2%, all while maintaining a happy and positive attitude throughout the process. Caroline is a former judicial law clerk for the South Carolina Supreme Court and a current associate at one of the biggest law firms in SC. Tune in to discover Caroline’s secre ...…
 
Tune in to hear how Jeffrey earned 7 CALI awards and graduated at the top of his class while serving on Law Review, Moot Court, Mock Trial, and the Pro Bono Board. He also worked full time in law school and worked as a tutor, and he landed a clerkship with the federal district court after law school. Since starting law school in 2012, he’s been ...…
 
Tune in for this special BONUS episode with Nick Spetsas from ABC’s The Bachelorette. Nick is going to talk to you about mastering the interview process, using LinkedIn, hustling hard and putting yourself out there so that you can land top-tier summer gigs for your 1L, 2L, and 3L years.
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Dr. Jenni Rinker, a mechanical engineering PhD currently working as a researcher at the Denmark Technical University. Jenni paid of $62,000 of student loans from her undergraduate degree while pursuing her PhD at Duke University. Her average payment was approximately $1,500 per month on a post-tax income of $2, ...…
 
Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals law clerk and former US District Court clerk, Cate Cardinale, shares her secrets to success in law school and discusses how she managed to land a clerkship with the US District Court directly after law school and a clerkship with the Fourth Circuit after that.
 
Where we talk field relationships, mamma Mia, new beginnings, and walks of shame gone awry. With guest Ally.
 
Tune in for an interview with South Carolina Senator, Vincent Sheheen, as he discusses his secrets to success in law school and how he graduated #2 in his class, CALI’d multiple subjects, and landed a federal clerkship.
 
In this episode, Emily interviews Christina Padilla, a PhD candidate at Georgetown University in human development and public policy earning $38,000 per year. Christina shares her top five expenses as a DC resident: rent, groceries, eating?and drinking out,?regular?monthly expenses (i.e., phone, internet), and the copay for her therapist. They ...…
 
Tune in for this interview podcast where I interview 2 in-house counsels for Michelin: Matt Staab and Jessica Fisher. Hear about how these two amazing people crushed it at law school and landed their dream jobs.
 
This is the introduction episode of the Elite Lawschooler Podcast. Tune in to meet the author, learn about the format of the podcast, and get familiar with the show.
 
Where we talk summer discoveries, facing your past, and what’s making us happy. We are SO EXCITED to be back!
 
This episode's money story features an interview with Adrian Gallo, a PhD student at Oregon State University. Adrian serves as a resident advisor in a fraternity house close to campus. For most of his four years in the role, it was a dream side hustle: high-paying (in defrayed costs), low time commitment, and personally gratifying. However, whe ...…
 
In this episode, I break down my own budget from 2017. My husband and I earn about $100,000 per year and live in Seattle, WA with our two small children. I detail our top five expenses (rent, groceries, travel, kid spending, and transportation) as well as the financial goals that we're currently working toward. I give some advice for a budget-c ...…
 
I share my personal money story, which is how my husband and I increased our net worth by over $100,000 while we were in graduate school. We carefully budgeted our two PhD student stipends to consistently add money to our investments and pay for both our regular monthly expenses and irregular expenses such as travel. Over our seven years as gra ...…
 
Where we talk about listening to different voices, the decolonization of the future and belonging.
 
Where we have a VERY special guest who inspired both of the TBD hosts and we talk queer theory, finding your niche, purple hair, and punny research titles.
 
Where we talk presenting, networking, interviewing, hot chicken, and what’s making us happy!
 
Where we talk representation in pop culture, David schwimmer, online dating, and what’s making us happy!
 
Where we talk bug horror stories, mental health, the joys of Neanderthal studies, and what’s making us happy.
 
Where we talk being a WOC in anthropology, family, and just a touch of organic chemistry.
 
Where we talk grad school woes, share anecdotes, and endorse our current favorite podcasts! Links to the podcast mentioned: Carla: http://www.missionlogpodcast.com/ http://www.youmustrememberthispodcast.com/ http://www.earwolf.com/show/beautiful-anonymous/ Scotti: http://www.mydadwroteaporno.com/ https://nerdist.com/podcasts/will-you-accept-thi ...…
 
Where we talk grad school, micro-debitage, doing all the things, and poop horror stories.
 
Where we talk decolonization, community-driven assistance, and smart ladies.
 
Where we talk about community and friendship far and wide and for once are happy crying.
 
Where Gabe talks about jackets, names and solo podcasting.
 
Where we talk breakups and rebuilding and oysters.
 
Where we talk coaching, being a role model, teamwork, lacrosse, and what's making us happy! Follow our guest Steph on Twitter: @TheTrueLaxCoach and Instagram: @supersteph10
 
Where we talk queer women as role models, haircuts, and outside vs inside identity. Links: Nancy Podcast: Return to the Ring of Keys episode Fear of being butch Episode (or the hari cut episode) Fun Home Fun Home the Musical: Ring of Keys Tony Awards 2015 performance: https://youtu.be/pMAuesRJm1E =""> The Bechdel Test…
 
Where we talk dress codes, gray areas, power, and harassment, but also have a karaoke treat at the end!
 
Where we talk teaching, online dating, and relationships with our dear friend Keitlyn. Check the image file of the Flowchart here. (The flowchart image take from Keitlyn's Facebook with her permission.)
 
Where we talk about how Scotti almost ruin Noche Buena, our own family costumes during the holidays and open presents.
 
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